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womenofgraphicdesign:

taryncowart:

My friend Corbin and I made a publication called Day Job.
Day Job is a collection of works by a group of talented and diverse women about making art and making a living. The result—a 90+ page saddle-stitched beauty—is full of funny and smart and weird and sad work, which we are proud to have helped coax into being. 
Contributors:
Alana Celii, Allison Kerst, Anna Zusman, ARM Studio (Aubrey Stalnaker, Rachael Beresh and Megan Deal), Ashley Neese, Breanne Trammell, Cortney Cassidy, Francesca Chabrier, Haley Ann Robinson, Jen Wick, Jennifer Armbrust, Jenny Tondera, Jordan Renee, Kara Jean, Kate Bingaman-Burt, Kelly Lasserre, Kristina Fong, Liz Kuball, Margaret Jacobsen, Mary Rothlisberger, Megan McGinley, Megan Savoy, Mercy Lomelin, Mikola Accuardi, Na Kim, Nicole Lavelle, Pia Howell, Priscilla Phitsanoukane, Sarah Baugh, Shannon Finnegan, Suzanna Zak, and Tuesday Bassen.
A few copies are for sale if you’d like one:www.day-job.co/buy/the-book.

Taryn Cowart and Corbin LaMont

Happy to take part in this book!

womenofgraphicdesign:

taryncowart:

My friend Corbin and I made a publication called Day Job.

Day Job is a collection of works by a group of talented and diverse women about making art and making a living. The result—a 90+ page saddle-stitched beauty—is full of funny and smart and weird and sad work, which we are proud to have helped coax into being. 

Contributors:

Alana CeliiAllison Kerst, Anna Zusman, ARM Studio (Aubrey StalnakerRachael Beresh and Megan Deal), Ashley NeeseBreanne TrammellCortney Cassidy, Francesca Chabrier, Haley Ann RobinsonJen WickJennifer ArmbrustJenny TonderaJordan ReneeKara JeanKate Bingaman-BurtKelly LasserreKristina FongLiz KuballMargaret JacobsenMary RothlisbergerMegan McGinleyMegan SavoyMercy LomelinMikola AccuardiNa KimNicole LavellePia HowellPriscilla PhitsanoukaneSarah BaughShannon FinneganSuzanna Zak, and Tuesday Bassen.

A few copies are for sale if you’d like one:
www.day-job.co/buy/the-book.

Taryn Cowart and Corbin LaMont

Happy to take part in this book!

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The terror of decades of loan payments is a far more potent silencer than any police baton. Since 1997, the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project has made its mission to have at least one thing named after the 40th president in each of the nation’s 3,141 counties. Too bad there’s nowhere to mount a plaque with Reagan’s name over the debtors prison without walls he built for the nation’s young. Ronald Reagan stuck it to millennials: A college debt history lesson no one tells - Salon.com
We owe to our first journeys the discovery that place is nothing. At home I dream that at Naples, at Rome, I can be intoxicated with beauty, and lose my sadness. I pack my trunk, embrace my friends, embark on the sea, and at last wake up in Naples, and there beside me is the stern Fact, the sad self, unrelenting identical that I fled from. -Ralph Waldo Emerson via TAROTSCOPES
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serenading the cows with my trombone

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Nite and Day - Al B. Sure!

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Ronald Reagan, as governor of California, led the withdrawal of support by the states for higher education; and many other states gradually cut back the appropriations with which they once helped universities to function well…The federal government will make $184 billion in profits from student loan debt over the next decade. The Hi-Tech Mess of Higher Education by David Bromwich | The New York Review of Books